The Most Important Question, by Richard Mansel

book about salvationForthright Press’ newest release: The Most Important Question: What Must I Do to Be Saved?, by Richard Mansel.

Richard explores in clear language the answer from the Bible about what is necessary for every person’s salvation. From descriptions of our need, to the work of the cross and our response, the 26 concise chapters trace the path of faith. With discussion questions at the end of every chapter, the book is an ideal study guide for individuals and small groups.

Subtitle: What Must I Do to Be Saved?
Author: Richard Mansel
Release date: Jan. 2009
Subject: Salvation, Redemption, Obedience, Faith
Pages: 112
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Binding: Perfect binding
Features: Discussion questions
ISBN: 978-0-9754789-3-6
Bible version: NKJV
List price: $6.95 plus S/H

Richard is the preacher of the Church of Christ in Allenhurst, Ga. He has preached full-time since 1995, after several years in education and retail. From Freed-Hardeman and Southern Christian Universities he obtained Masters degrees in Ministry and Divinity. He has been writing for many years. He is married to Deirdre, and they have two daughters, Chelsea and Sarah.

Richard gave a newspaper interview about the book March 19, 2009. Read it here.

Bill Bagents, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean, Heritage University, Florence, Ala., wrote about the book,

“Purposefully brief, but well-considered, Biblical to the core, showing great respect for God’s Word. Mansel cuts to the heart of the matter, time and again. He asks us to do what he has done, to read Scripture fairly and to let God say what He says.”

Retail price of this 112-page book is $6.95.

Checks to: Forthright Press LLC, 607 Devine St., Winona, MS 38967
Or payment may be made by PayPal to Barbara Oliver, email
Tel.: (901) 517-7274


About J. Randal Matheny

Randal has lived in Brazil with his family since 1984. He teaches the gospel in person, in print and on the Internet. Email him!
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